Relatively speaking, love is never easy.
Set in a Buckinghamshire apartment just outside of London over a summer weekend in 1965, award-winning British playwright, Alan Ayckborn’s romantic comedy, ‘Relatively Speaking’ follows the story of a complex couple who live together, Gregory, portrayed by Christopher Cartier and Ginny, played by Tanya Capawana, who is hiding a few secrets between them. Richard Scott also joins the cast as Phillip and Sally Wright plays Sheila. Directed by playwright and actress Sheila Kelleher, ‘Relatively Speaking’ is a compelling and amusing look at love.
The Hat Trick Theatre of Plymouth proudly presents Alan Ayckborn’s comedy, ‘Relatively Speaking,’ Ackborn’s first hit show in 75 plays he has written. This production was recently revived in London last year.
‘Relatively Speaking’ will take place downstairs at Kendall Hall, First Parish Church, 19 Town Square in Plymouth, Massachusetts on Friday, July 18, Saturday, July 19, Thursday, July 24, Friday, July 25, and Saturday 26 at 8 p.m. One Sunday matinee performance will take place on Sunday, July 20 at 7 p.m. There will be complimentary refreshments and cabaret seating for this production.
Some of the Hat Trick Theatre of Plymouth’s past productions include the holiday classic, ‘A Christmas Carol,’ hit musical, ‘Thoroughly Modern Millie,’ Neil Simon’s classic plays ‘Rumors,’ and a female version of ‘The Odd Couple,’ as well as Agatha Christie’s murder mystery, ‘The Mousetrap.’
The Hat Trick Theatre of Plymouth offers acting classes, theatre, murder mystery shows, corporate events, and private functions. They are always looking for volunteers for costuming, ushering, stage crew, and much more.
For more information on volunteer opportunities, please contact Sally Wright-Hull at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 774-454-3575.